Fastwalker

By | February 11, 2008

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MAY 5, 1984, an alert was triggered at the North America Air Defense Command. Moving at 22,000 miles per hour, it was heading toward Earth and had been determined to NOT be incoming ballistic missles, or any other type of conventionally explainable object. Once tracked, it was code-named “Fast Walker”.This object was first spotted by the ultra-sensitive orbiting USDSP satellites our county uses for detailed surveillance and air defense. These satellites have the infra-red capability to spot small heat sources on the surface of the earth and are time-proven as effective monitoring devices. At 1400 hours zulu time, an object was spotted by a USDSP satellite and tracked as it sped first directly toward the Earth and passed if front and within 15 miles of the USDSP satellite. It suddenly and without impact or contact with other devices or obstructions curved outward, away from the Earth. It was tracked for another 9 minutes until it then disappeared.

Source: UnexplainedMysteries

Check out the Fastwalkers trailer. They made a really creepy alien head. Nice job. Here’s a video on a real fastwalker incident: http://www.anomalies.net/ufo/gov/dsp/dsp-001.ram

(Yikes, if they could detect minor house fires back then, can they detect the heat signature of every person on the planet from space by now?)

One reason I believe there may be aliens visiting the earth or at least their probes is that someone who had a relative who worked at a tracking facility told me that we track a lot of things that maneuver and are way too fast to be human craft. We don’t know what they are, but they don’t seem to pose a threat.

Perhaps fastwalkers are not aliens, but simply some exotic form of matter that is repelled by gravity. The question on the DSP event is, did it really turn sharply and suddenly or did it simply get repelled by the Earth?

What is the fastest known human occupied craft?

24,759 mph
Apollo 10: World�s fastest manned spacecraft
In May, 1969, returning from a dress rehearsal for the first moon landing, Tom Stafford, John Young and Eugene Cernan rode the command module of Apollo 10 as it entered the atmosphere at a steeper angle than any other spaceship before or since. Their top speed of 25,000 mph is the fastest any human has ever traveled.
Source: SciForum

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